Group argues state consistently collects more subsidies than it can spend, which leads to money being diverted to fill budget holes.
Experts list key lessons learned for handling disasters yet-to-come.
Transparency bill is good first step, but Legislature also needs to strengthen agency against political interference by governors, advocates say.
Two years after Sandy and nearly a decade after Katrina, a look at how we screwed up and what we have learned from NJ Spotlight.
Our state stands alone in rejecting a regional plan to cut greenhouse gases. Was it legal? Why are so many more New Jersey mothers Breast feeding babies? The last hold-outs either pay up or get put ...
NJ Spotlight Education Writer Laura Waters says some poorer school districts are receiving more money per student than wealthier districts because the students require more supplementary services.
Standing ovations for New Jersey Senior Sen. Robert Menendez on Israel's right to defend itself. New Jersey Senate President Sweeney's trashing the Sandy money monitor report. And are we trashing ...
NJ Spotlight reporter Scott Gurian says that Sandy aid has been reallocated and that money is being used for energy resiliency methods.
The budget battle in Trenton where Democrats demand -- show us the numbers. Water worries in South Jersey. How safe are their wells? And the real faces of autism.
NJ Spotlight Founder John Mooney says that the school funding formula is confusing.
The big names behind the scenes as Newark gets ready to elect a new mayor. The sickness that sent hundreds of high schools students home today. And if you like snow, head south -- way south.
NJ Spotlight Editor at Large Mark Magyar says that Gov. Christie made changes to the pension formula because he faced budget issues.
Investigating a disaster. What caused that fatal gas explosion in South Jersey? Rolling back the rates. Congress moves to make flood insurance cheaper. And joking around. A powerful Democrat shares ...
WNYC/NJ Spotlight Reporter Scott Gurian said that he did not find clear evidence that politics was involved in how the state distributed Sandy funds.
Gov. Chris Christie will deliver his budget address Tuesday, which has many speculating about what the state's financial situation will be.